What is the difference between Bonding and Grounding?

Bonding is the act of electrically connecting two objects together so that the potential difference between them is close to zero volts.

Grounding is the act of electrically connecting an object to the earth, also known as earthing. Grounding also has the implication that significant currents may be involved, whereas bonding applies mainly to the conduction of very small currents.

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